"You are eating cookies."
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Dziadek was the deminitve of Dziad, in my Polish experience. Is Dziadzio more popular in the west Poland or more modern. My grandparents lived deap in the country... No busing or rail for several villages in any direction type deal. Paved road was a big deal; Polish tourist would came and take pictures of old huts and such... I just got a lot of free candy
Usually when people write about such problems, it's because they had 'check all the correct answers' exercise and they didn't notice that there is more than one correct answer.
As English 'you' is both 2nd person singular and 2nd person plural, in 99% of the sentences with 'you', both singular and plural will be equally probable answers. So here, either "jesz" (singular) or "jecie" (plural).